1Q 2022

Analyst Insight: Hospitality's Pandemic Recovery

Global Building Stock Database Insights

The hospitality industry is slowly rebounding as global travel has begun to increase. Increased sanitization measures, experiential dining, take-away options, and outdoor dining are the new norm. Hotels have also begun to customize experiences to suit customer needs. A few examples include staycations, workcations, and hybrid conferences.

Labor market shortages have caused a strain on the hospitality industry, with a shortage of staff hampering the re-opening of this sector. Restaurants have faced significant supply-chain and operational shocks, forcing hotels to change their food menus according to available produce. However, global transaction values in this sector rose in 2021, in line with increasing consumer demands, as travel restrictions were lifted. Consumers favored luxury resort visits and spa experiences, and could book the entire space for groups, to minimize exposures.

To attract and keep environmentally conscious consumers, the hotel industry has increased its focus on sustainability. A surge in the wedding industry also boosted the sector, and a rise in technological solutions such as sanitization systems, robot butlers, and digital keys, made the post-pandemic hotel experience safer, thus increasing revenues post-pandemic.

The Guidehouse Insights Global Building Stock Database estimates hotel building stock and total building stock across 230 countries and 10 building types based on a rigorous modeling approach that uses available building stock data to fill gaps in publicly available information. The updated database was published in 4Q21.

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  • What is the size of the global hotel building stock in each region and how quickly will it grow through 2030?
  • Which regions are expected to witness the most growth in hotel building stock?
  • What are the key indicators and trends that dictate the size and composition of the global building stock?
  • What market drivers and barriers are affecting global building stock growth?
  • Lighting and HVAC equipment vendors
  • Green building design and construction firms
  • Management consultancies
  • International real estate companies
  • Energy sector trade associations and advocacy groups
  • Government agencies, regulators, and policymakers
  • Investor community

Introduction

Scope

Executive Summary

Market Inflection Trends

Market Drivers and Barriers

Market Forecast

Regional Market Overview

Global Hotel Investment Outlook

Country Spotlight: UK Hospitality Sector Trends

Technology Solutions

Conclusion

Resources

Contact

  • Global Hotel Building Stock Growth Potential, World Markets: 2021-2030
  • Annual Hotel Building Stock by Region, World Markets: 2018-2030
  • Net New Hotel Building Stock by Region, World Markets: 2019-2030
  • Global Building Stock by Segment in Millions of Square Meters, World Markets: 2022
  • Global Hotel Investment Volumes: 2010-2021
  • Monthly Business Turnover for the Hospitality Sector: UK
  • Technology Solutions
  • Market Drivers and Barriers

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